Houston Great Books is a nonprofit organization that supports and promotes discussion groups and book clubs in and around Houston. We believe that serious discussions are rewarding and enlightening endeavors. Use this site to find groups that fit your needs, whether that be location or interest in the books themselves. All groups are open to the public, no reservations necessary.
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Houston Great Books' 6th Annual Celebration of Literary Discussion
Our brief official meeting of Houston Great Books Council will begin with President Connie giving some opening remarks followed by a quick election of returning and new board members.
After that, we will have a Shared Inquiry refresher workshop, broken up into two 45-minute sessions. The first session will discuss "Jack and the Beanstalk" found in Shared Inquiry Handbook while the second session will discuss "The Black Cat" by Edgar Allan Poe.
We will email both stories to everyone who RSVPs. Additionally, for security reasons, we will only send the zoom link to those who RSVP (i.e. it won't be posted anywhere publicly), and we will send it only a day before the event.